Jimmy Walters

Recent Updates 

Rivanna River Bridge (Fluvanna County, Virginia)
Pony truss bridge over Rivanna River on VA 6
February 26, 2021: New photo
Swift Island Bridge (Stanly County, North Carolina)
Lost Open-spandrel arch bridge over Pee Dee River
February 20, 2021: Added
Lilly's Bridge (Montgomery County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Lake Tillery on Sr1110
February 5, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added categories "One-lane traffic", "Bypassed"
Lilly's Bridge (Montgomery County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Lake Tillery on Sr1110
February 5, 2021: Added
North Fork Little River Bridge (Montgomery County, North Carolina)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over North Fork Little River on Old alignment of Sr1311 (Bandy Rd.)
February 5, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added categories "One-lane traffic", "Bypassed"
North Fork Little River Bridge (Montgomery County, North Carolina)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over North Fork Little River on Old alignment of Sr1311 (Bandy Rd.)
February 5, 2021: Added
Bush Creek Bridge (Randolph County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Bush Creek on Private driveway/road?
February 3, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added categories "Timber stringer", "One-lane traffic", "Timber deck", "Collapsed", "Owned privately"
Bush Creek Bridge (Randolph County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Bush Creek on Private driveway/road?
February 3, 2021: Added
Buffalo Creek Bridge (Caldwell County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Buffaloe Creek on Sr1504
January 31, 2021: New Street View added
Buffalo Creek Bridge (Caldwell County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Buffaloe Creek on Sr1504
January 30, 2021: New Street View added
Buffalo Creek Bridge (Caldwell County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Buffaloe Creek on Sr1504
January 30, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "One-lane traffic"
Buffalo Creek Bridge (Caldwell County, North Carolina)
Steel stringer bridge over Buffaloe Creek on Sr1504
January 30, 2021: Added
Landfill Road Bridge (Rutherford County, North Carolina)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Second Broad River on Sr2138
January 29, 2021: Added
Broad River Bridge (Rutherford County, North Carolina)
Lost Pony truss bridge over Broad River on Sr1106
January 29, 2021: Added
High Rock Lake Backwater Bridge (Rowan County, North Carolina)
Lost Pony truss bridge over High Rock Lake Backwater on Sr2168
January 28, 2021: Added
Twelve Mile Creek Bridge (Union County, North Carolina)
Lost Concrete tee beam bridge over Twelve Mile Creek on Nc16
January 28, 2021: Added
Twelve Mile Creek Bridge (Union County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Twelve Mile Creek
January 28, 2021: Added
Little Carr Creek Bridge (Chesterfield County, South Carolina)
Abandoned pony truss bridge over Little Carr Creek
January 27, 2021: Added
Thompson Creek Bridge (Chesterfield County, South Carolina)
Bridge over Thompson Creek
January 27, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "One-lane traffic"
Thompson Creek Bridge (Chesterfield County, South Carolina)
Bridge over Thompson Creek
January 27, 2021: Added
Old Wire Rd. Bridge (Chesterfield County, South Carolina)
Lost Stringer bridge over Thompsons Creek (map says Little Carr Creek) on C-13-169
January 27, 2021: Added
Allison Creek Bridge (York County, South Carolina)
Abandoned bridge over Allison Creek on Old alignment of SC 49?
January 24, 2021: Added
Pierson Court-12 Mile Creek Bridge (Lancaster County, South Carolina)
Bridge over 12 Mile Creek on Pierson Ct
January 22, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "Collapsed"
Hardin Mill Bridge (Gaston County, North Carolina)
Pratt through truss bridge over South Fork River on Hardin Mill Road (Abandoned section)
January 18, 2021: New Street View added
Fisher River Bridge (Surry County, North Carolina)
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Fisher River on Sr2222
January 16, 2021: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "One-lane traffic"
Fisher River Bridge (Surry County, North Carolina)
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Fisher River on Sr2222
January 16, 2021: New Street View added
Town Fork Creek Bridge (Stokes County, North Carolina)
Abandoned truss bridge over Town Fork Creek
January 16, 2021: Added
Private Driveway Bridge (Buncombe County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Broad River on Driveway
January 12, 2021: New Street View added
Private Driveway Bridge (Buncombe County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Broad River on Driveway
January 12, 2021: Added
Rascoe Mills Covered Bridge (Bertie County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Coniott Creek
January 11, 2021: Added
Coniott Creek Bridge (Bertie County, North Carolina)
Bridge
January 11, 2021: Added
Settles Bridge (Rockingham County, North Carolina)
Lost Bridge over Dan River
January 10, 2021: Added
Mayo River Bridge (Rockingham County, North Carolina)
Lost Bridge
January 10, 2021: New Street View added
Mayo River Bridge (Rockingham County, North Carolina)
Lost Bridge
January 10, 2021: Added
Duck River Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Steel stringer bridge over Duck River on Nfa 925 (Sa 4303)
December 12, 2020: New Street View added
Duck River Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Steel stringer bridge over Duck River on Nfa 925 (Sa 4303)
December 12, 2020: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "One-lane traffic"
Duck River Bridge (Humphreys County, Tennessee)
Steel stringer bridge over Duck River on Nfa 925 (Sa 4303)
December 12, 2020: Added
Johnson Road Bridge (Jefferson County, Mississippi)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Coles Creek on Johnson Road
December 9, 2020: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "Collapsed"
E. Oakview Road Bridge (Buncombe County, North Carolina)
Lost pony truss bridge over Hominy Creek on E. Oakview Road in Asheville
November 22, 2020: New photo
Broad River Bridge (Buncombe County, North Carolina)
Lost through truss bridge over Broad River on NC 2797
November 22, 2020: New photo
601st Road Bridge (Johnson County, Missouri)
Abandoned through truss bridge over South Fork Blackwater River on 601st Road
October 13, 2020: Added
Pee Dee River Low Water Bridge (Richmond County, North Carolina)
Bridge over Branch of Pee Dee River
October 10, 2020: Updated by Jimmy Walters: On closet observation, this one is actually in Richmond County.
Worthville Covered Bridge (Randolph County, North Carolina)
Lost Bridge over Deep River
October 4, 2020: Added
Cartersville Bridge (Cumberland County, Virginia)
Abandoned composite wood and iron pratt through truss bridge over James River
September 18, 2020: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "One-lane traffic"
Little River Bridge (Cumberland County, North Carolina)
Pony truss bridge over Little River on John Neill/Shaw Road
December 6, 2019: Added
Fisher River Bridge (Surry County, North Carolina)
Lost Steel stringer bridge over Fisher River on Sr2222
November 1, 2019: Added
Medlin Road Bridge (Union County, North Carolina)
Lost steel stringer bridge over Lake Lee, Richardson Creek
October 3, 2019: New photos
Nolichucky River Bridge (Greene County, Tennessee)
Abandoned bridge over Nolichucky River
September 11, 2019: Added
Cedar Creek Bridge (Franklin County, Alabama)
Concrete tee beam bridge over Cedar Creek on CR 21
August 15, 2019: Added
Pierson Court-12 Mile Creek Bridge (Lancaster County, South Carolina)
Bridge over 12 Mile Creek on Pierson Ct
July 31, 2019: Updated by Jimmy Walters: Added category "Missing deck"

Recent Comments 

Stevens Creek Bridge (South Carolina)
Posted February 20, 2021

The satellite images update a lot more frequently than the Google drivers go out filming the street views.

Swift Island Bridge (North Carolina)
Posted February 20, 2021

I had a lot of fun, researching this one.

Low Water Bridge (North Carolina)
Posted February 20, 2021

http://stanlycountymuseum.com/

You can check out the "Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem Driving Tour" PDF, at this link, for a cool story about this bridge, and also the nearby "Booger Hollar Bridge."

Booger Hollar Bridge (North Carolina)
Posted February 19, 2021

I deleted my previous comment and link. Instead, here's a link to the county website, which has a link to the downloadable off file, for the mystery tour of the county. It has stories about both the "Booger Hollar bridge" and the nearby "Low Water Bridge", on Hillsford Rd.

http://stanlycountymuseum.com/

Posted February 19, 2021

I should head up that way, and see what is going on with this one. According to this story, they maybe just hurry up a replacement, originally scheduled for 2023. Hope it's not another UCEB, but it probably will be.

https://www.ncdot.gov/news/press-releases/Pages/2019/2019-09...

Posted February 15, 2021

That's a pretty steep grade on that one. Wow!

Posted January 19, 2021

I was half asleep, last night and posted links to pictures of this bridge on the wrong bridge page. Glad I checked it out, this morning, lol.

Posted January 4, 2021

Thanks for finishing the categories. I was pretty sure it was a Pratt, but I'm still learning. I don't know what caused my seemingly random curiosity about this bridge, other than maybe a new interest in Idaho, with the recent addition of Idaho to American Truck Simulator, but I'm glad I researched it.

Posted January 3, 2021

This is actually a through truss bridge, rather than a pony truss, as originally listed. I've added a link with pictures and adjusted the listings. Cool looking bridge, but it appears to be closed.

Posted December 9, 2020

I could be wrong, but based on latest Google images, this one appears to have collapsed.

Posted December 7, 2020

My father-in-law lives within walking distance of here. We drove by, the other day, and the piling has collected enough debris, from recent flooding, that it is starting to cause water flow issues. He's heard the plan is to remove the piling, to clear up the mess.

Posted December 7, 2020

Updated Google imagery shows the collapsed wreckage.

Capelsie Mill Bridge (North Carolina)
Posted October 4, 2020

If you are Google mapping this location, there is a nice panoramic picture that views from the base of the dam, and there are three visible pillars that would have supported what would have either been a long truss or covered bridge.

Posted July 31, 2019

New Google images of the area are much clearer, now, and it appears to gave been some kind of wooden bridge that is now falling apart, from lack of attention. This is probably due to the fact that Pierson Ct., though still outlined on the map, does not seem to exist, anymore.

Posted June 3, 2019

My wife and I once had a date on this bridge, back before we got married. It's as long and eerie as it looks in the pictures.